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Episode 306: Terrific Pacific

Anchors aweigh! Junior lifeguard Chloe and her friends set sail on a SoCal citizen science cruise, working with marine scientists to collect data on the health of the Pacific Ocean and create a splashy conservation video for beach visitors.

Learning Goals: Learn that the ocean has many different organisms living in it and they all depend on each other. Understand that lots of people – scientists, fishermen, park rangers, lifeguards, kids – all are interested in keeping the ocean healthy. Learn that giant kelp is an organism that lives in the ocean and provides habitat and food for many different organisms. See that science understanding can be communicated in a variety of ways including through the creation of art.



Produced by: Funding is provided by:
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